The Body Politic: Foundings, Citizenship, and Difference in the American Political Imagination
Psychology Press, 2001 - 196 Seiten
Through a re-examination of literature and events, this book demonstrates how embodiment and disembodiment shaped the imagination of the nation and of citizenship throughout American political history.
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